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Cheese in the Trap (TV series)
the Trap' reveals first teaser image". Kpop Herald. "'Cheese in the Trap' wraps up filming". Kpop Herald. Herald, The Korea (24 January 2016). "TV series

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Cheese in the TrapPromotional poster featuring Hong Seol and Yoo JungGenreRomance
DramaBased onCheese in the Trap
by SoonkkiWritten byKim Nam-hee
Go Sun-heeDirected byLee Yoon-jungStarringPark Hae-jin
Kim Go-eun
Seo Kang-joon
Lee Sung-kyungCountry of originSouth KoreaOriginal language(s)KoreanNo. of episodes16ProductionExecutive producer(s)Park Ho-sik
Kang Hoon
Kim Won-ju
Yang Hwan-chul
Hyunwoo Thomas KimProducer(s)Kim Keo-hong
Jung Se-ryungProduction company(s)Eight Works
Kross Pictures
PGood MediaReleaseOriginal networktvNOriginal releaseJanuary 4 (2016-01-04) –
March 1, 2016 (2016-03-01)External linksWebsite

Cheese in the Trap (Korean: 치즈인더트랩) is a South Korean television series adapted from a webtoon starring Park Hae-jin, Kim Go-eun, Seo Kang-joon and Lee Sung-kyung. It aired on the cable network tvN on Mondays and Tuesdays for 16 episodes from January 4 to March 1, 2016.[1] The series is based on the webtoon of the same name, serialized on Naver Webtoon from 2010–2016, although it featured an original ending since the webtoon had not been completed at the time of filming. It is one of the highest-rated Korean dramas in cable television history.

Contents
  • 1 Synopsis
  • 2 Cast
    • 2.1 Main
    • 2.2 Supporting
      • 2.2.1 Hong family
      • 2.2.2 Yeon-yi university
      • 2.2.3 Others
  • 3 Production
  • 4 Original soundtrack
  • 5 Reception
  • 6 Ratings
  • 7 Awards and nominations
  • 8 International broadcast
  • 9 Film
  • 10 References
  • 11 External links
Synopsis

The drama focuses on the life and relationships of a group of university students, particularly the difficult relationship between hard-working scholarship student Hong Seol (Kim Go-eun) and her deceptively kind senior, Yoo Jung (Park Hae-jin).

Jung is the rich and popular heir to Taerang Group and seemingly has a perfect life. However, although he seems nice and kind to everyone around him, he is quite manipulative with a penchant for destroying those that irritate him, often by using others. When Seol catches on, her life started to become so miserable that she decides to take time off school. When she returns through a scholarship that was intended for Jung, he is unexpectedly nice to her and asks her on a date. Although she isn't sure what kind of person he is, they begin an awkward relationship that is complicated by the distance between them as well as the aftermath of his various schemes. The situation is further complicated by the arrival of Baek In-ho and his sister In-ha, childhood friends of Jung who have since had a falling out.

Cast Main
  • Yoo Jung (Park Hae-jin[2][3]), Seol's senior. He is handsome, intelligent and successful, but secretly harbors a dark side to his personality. He is sometimes cold or manipulative, and has trouble forming relationships with others because of his uncertainty that they are not using him for his money. However, he is attracted to Seol.
  • Hong Seol (Kim Go-eun[4][5]), a beautiful and hardworking college student who struggles to figure out Yoo Jung's true intentions, but sees an innocent side in him against the advice of his childhood friend Baek In-ho.
  • Baek In-ho (Seo Kang-joon[6][7]), is a handsome and talented pianist who is adopted into Jung's wealthy family by his father. He and his sister came from a difficult background, but he finds it easy to get along with Seol, later developing feelings for her. He and Jung were friends as children, although they later develop a bitter rivalry as he believes that Jung was responsible for instigating a fight that damaged his hand, ending his dreams of becoming a concert pianist.
  • Baek In-ha (Lee Sung-kyung[8]), In-ho's beautiful, melodramatic and materialistic older sister. She was also adopted into Jung's family as a child, and is in love with Jung, although he does not reciprocate her feelings.
Supporting Hong family
  • Hong Joon (Kim Hee-chan), Seol's younger brother who returns to Korea from the United States.
  • Hong Jin-tak (Ahn Gil-kang), Seol's father.
  • Kim Young-hee (Yoon Bok-in), Seol's mother.
Yeon-yi university
  • Jang Bo-ra (Park Min-ji), Seol's supportive best friend.
  • Kwon Eun-taek (Nam Joo-hyuk[9]), Seol and Bo-ra's loyal friend, who is in love with Bo-ra.
  • Oh Young-gon (Ji Yoon-ho), a delinquent who is obsessed with Seol.
  • Son Min-soo (Yoon Ji-won), a shy classmate who gains confidence by copying Seol's identity.
  • Kim Sang-cheol (Moon Ji-yoon), a lazy senior in Seol's class.
  • Lee Da-young (Kim Hye-ji), a girl in Seol's class who dates Young-gon.
  • Nam Joo-yeon (Cha Joo-young), a girl who is obsessed with Jung at the beginning of the series.
  • Kang Ah-young (Yoon Ye-joo), Seol's junior and Joon's love interest.
  • Ha Jae-woo (Oh Hee-joon)
  • Kim Kyung-hwan (Go Hyun)
  • Min Do-hyun (Shin Joo-hwan), interested in Seol.
  • Heo Yoon-sub (Lee Woo-dong), Seol's boss at her university admin job.
  • Professor Kang (Hwang Seok-jeong)
  • Professor Han (Kim Jin-keun)
Others
  • Yoo Young-soo (Son Byong-ho), Jung's father.
  • Kong Joo-yong (Kim Ki-bang[10]), Seol's neighbour and Yoon-sub's boyfriend.
Production

The role of Hong Seol was first offered to Kim Go-eun who declined it before accepting it afterwards. The role was also offered to Bae Suzy,[11] but due to protest from fans of the original webtoon,[12] she declined the offer.[13]

Shooting began in September 2015,[14] and wrapped up filming in January 2016.[15]

Original soundtrack

The soundtrack of "Cheese in the Trap" was released in six parts.

Cheese in the Trap OST Part. 1No.TitleArtistLength1."어쩌면 좋아" ("Maybe")Cosmos Hippie (우주히피)3:402."치즈인더트랩" ("Cheese In The Trap")Twenty Years Old (스무살)3:543."Golden Coconut Club" (Sentimental Scenery Mix)Tearliner 4."우리 소곤소곤" (Sentimental Scenery Mix)Tearliner  Cheese in the Trap OST Part. 2No.TitleArtistLength1."I Am Love"Tearliner ft. Yozoh2:412."Einfühlung"Tearliner2:443."고양이와 낮잠" ("Taking A Nap With A Cat")Tearliner1:084."따뜻한 겨울라떼" ("Warm Winter Latte")Tearliner2:585."오늘도 맑음" ("Today Also Sunny")Tearliner1:24 Cheese in the Trap OST Part. 3No.TitleArtistLength1."Such"Kang Hyun-min ft. Jo Hyun-ah of Urban Zakapa4.222."말 없는 슬픔" ("Silent Sorrow")사람또사람 (People And People)3.463."사랑과 연애 어디쯤" ("Somewhere Between Love And Romance")Tearliner2.054."이 길 지나 너" ("Passing This Road, To You")Tearliner1.285."삼각김밥 사용법" ("How To Use A Triangle Kimbab")Tearliner1.48 Cheese in the Trap OST Part. 4No.TitleArtistLength1."너와 나의 시간은" ("Our Time")Vanilla Acoustic3.302."너를 채운다. 너를 지운다." ("Fill You. Erase You.")Tearliner ft. 5urprise3.223."슈가파우더가 내리면" ("Sugar Powder Is Falling")Tearliner1.264."오늘도 지각" ("Today Is Late Too")우지해 (Woo Ji Hye)1.205."그 남자의 꿈" ("That Man's Dream")Tearliner3.11 Cheese in the Trap OST Part. 5No.TitleArtistLength1."Go (Korean ver.)"솔튼페이퍼 (SALTNPAPER)3.112."그냥 좋은데" ("I Like You")테테 (Tété)3.463."Go (English ver.)"솔튼페이퍼 (SALTNPAPER)3.114."The End is Near"Tearliner2.535."방황하는 파도" (Wandering Wave)Tearliner2.186."First Kiss"센티멘탈 시너리 (Sentimental Scenery)2.22 Cheese in the Trap OST Part. 6No.TitleArtistLength1."조금만 더" ("A Little Bit More")스웨덴세탁소 (Sweden Laundry)2.532."사랑인가 봐요" ("Maybe It's Love")Monkeyz3.433."장화 속 무당벌레" ("Lady Bug In Boots")Tearliner2.204."밤의 편의점" ("Convenience Store At Night")Tearliner1.37 Reception

Cheese in the Trap was a success in both South Korea and China.[16][17][18] It was sold to China for $125,000 per episode, becoming the most expensive cable series.[19] It won praise for its realistic depiction of the life of university students, but was criticized for diverging from the source webtoon by placing undue focus on the second male lead[20][21] and including an original ending "that was rushed and left many viewers baffled".[22]

Ratings

In this table, the blue numbers represent the lowest ratings and the red numbers represent the highest ratings.

Ep. Original broadcast date Average audience share AGB Nielsen TNmS Nationwide Nationwide 1 January 4, 2016 3.6% 2.6% 2 January 5, 2016 4.8% 2.9% 3 January 11, 2016 5.2% 5.8% 4 January 12, 2016 5.7% 5.8% 5 January 18, 2016 6.5% 6.2% 6 January 19, 2016 6.3% 6.6% 7 January 25, 2016 6.0% 7.0% 8 January 26, 2016 6.8% 7.1% 9 February 1, 2016 7.1% 7.2% 10 February 2, 2016 6.6% 7.6% 11 February 15, 2016 5.6% 7.3% 12 February 16, 2016 5.8% 7.2% 13 February 22, 2016 6.2% 6.9% 14 February 23, 2016 6.5% 7.2% 15 February 29, 2016 5.9% 6.4% 16 March 1, 2016 6.9% 7.5% Average 6.0% 6.3%
  • This drama airs on a cable channel/pay TV which normally has a relatively smaller audience compared to free-to-air TV/public broadcasters (KBS, SBS, MBC and EBS).
Awards and nominations Year Award Category Recipient Result 2016 Korean Cable TV Awards 2016 Best Actor[23] Park Hae-jin Won 52nd Baeksang Arts Awards Best New Actress (Television) Kim Go-eun Won Most Popular Actor (Television) Park Hae-jin Nominated Most Popular Actor (Television) Seo Kang-joon Nominated Most Popular Actress (Television) Kim Go-eun Nominated Most Popular Actress (Television) Lee Sung-kyung Nominated 5th APAN Star Awards Excellence Award, Actor in a Miniseries Park Hae-jin Nominated Best New Actress Kim Go-eun Nominated 9th Korea Drama Awards Excellence Award, Actor Park Hae-jin Nominated Best New Actress Kim Go-eun Nominated tvN10 Awards Made in tvN, Actor in Drama Seo Kang-joon Nominated 1st Asia Artist Awards Best Artist Award, Actor Park Hae-jin Won Best Entertainer Award, Actor Seo Kang-joon Won International broadcast
  • Singapore – VV Drama
  • Malaysia – 8TV (Malaysia)
  • Thailand – True4U
  • Philippines – GMA Network (January 28 - March 22, 2019) [24][25]
  • Southeast Asia – tvN
Film See also: Cheese in the Trap (film)

The series was adapted into a film by the same name, starring Park Hae-jin opposite with actress Oh Yeon-seo, which was released in March 2018.

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External links
  • Official website (in Korean)
  • Cheese in the Trap at Eight Works (in Korean)
  • Cheese in the Trap at Kross Pictures (in English)
  • Cheese in the Trap on Facebook (in Korean)
  • Cheese in the Trap at HanCinema
  • Cheese in the Trap on IMDb
  • Official Webtoon


 
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